Explore the Layouts of These Iconic TV Businesses

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Though it varies from series to series, many TV shows keep their action contained to a handful of sets: the house, the workplace, and the local bar or cafe are the three settings viewers will see again and again. In 2016, we shared the layouts of eight famous TV apartments, from the White residence in Breaking Bad to Lorelai and Rory’s home in Gilmore Girls. Now, the UK business selling platform Bizdaq has taken that concept and applied it to some of the most iconic offices and businesses that have appeared in prime time.

According to Co.Design, Bizdaq contracted graphic designer Kim Schneider to draw up the fictional floor plans. She includes what are arguably the two most famous TV offices of all time: Dunder Mifflin from The Office and Sterling Cooper from Mad Men. The collection also includes the neighborhood establishments that characters frequent when they’re not at work, like Moe’s Tavern from The Simpsons and Central Perk from Friends.

For some rooms that were never revealed on screen, the artist had to take some artistic liberties. But each design, from Don Draper's sleek 1960s office to the cartoony interior of Moe's, was brought to life with the spirit of the show in mind. You can check out the floor plans below.

[h/t Co.Design]

All images courtesy of Bizdaq.